The UNT on the Square gallery will be open until 9-pm tonight, with the exhibition Cloth Talks – an exhibition of textiles from the adinka and kente traditions of Ghana.
At 7-pm there will be a performance by members of the UNT African Percussion ensemble led by master drummer Gideon Alorwoyie.
I made it around to a few places and took photographs last Friday. It was, without a doubt, the most crowded First Friday event since the event began.
Atomic Candy, on the Square, had a sweet First Friday Denton, last Friday.
SCRAP Denton had a good crowd for First Friday Denton.
Sounds and Nick Cave Sound Suits were part of the evening at UNT on the Square last First Friday.
The Chestnut Tree Tea Room First Friday Denton.
A Creative Art Studio had bulging crowds that filled the Studio last First Friday Denton.
UNT On The Square is having a wonderful retrospective look at UNT faculty members from 1890-1980. I know one of the artists, Richard Davis, whose work is featured there while there are probably many more that anyone involved with UNT Art programs over the years would recognize.
Be sure to stop in and check it out.
Join us for First Friday Denton April 1st, 2011. April 1st, no foolin’! For this first Friday we have a father and daughter duo, Link and Katherine Chalon, performing in the studio. Some of you might have caught Link performing last week with Baloney Moon during our opening. Their performance will begin at 7 pm. Studio artists will be demonstrating drawing and painting. A special feature of the evening will be a chance to contribute to a community art project lead by Crystal Nelson, local artist and art teacher. Greg Conlin is back by popular demand for sketch portraits. A sitting takes about 30 minutes and costs $30. Kerry Boutell will demonstrate Watercolor batik, a process that uses a wax resist and watercolor medium. It is hard to believe that we pack so much fun into 2 hours. Come meet with friends and join us for music, art and fun!
UNT on the Square, located at 109 Elm Street, is having a First Friday opening this Friday at their gallery on the Historic Square in Denton, Texas. Live cinema projections by UNT New Media Art students will be part of what you will see, and they have coordinated the opening with First Friday Denton events, and will be open on Friday November 5th. until 9-pm. UNT on the Square is part of UNT’s Institute for the Advancement of the Arts
“The Narrative Arc” runs from November 1 through November 12. For more information feel free to contact Meredith Buie at the Gallery or via e mail at Meredith.Buie@unt.edu.
Featured artists for “The Narrative Arc” include:
and UNT New Media Art Students
“The Narrative Arc” is curated by Jenny Vogel, and the catalog containing this information was designed by Ashley Ayer.